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The Llama Herder and the Daughter of the Sun - A Legend about the twin cliffs called Pitusiray
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales TinTinTinTin Updated February 02, 2020 1604   0   1   0   0  
Along the slopes of the snow-capped peak called Sahuasiray, high above the valley of the Yucay River, there lived a native Indian of the Lare tribe, called Acoynapa, a handsome and most charming young man who tended the white llamas used by the Incas as sacrificial offerings to the Sun. As he followed his grazing herd, he would play...
Religion and gods in ancient Peru - Inti, Coniraya, Viracocha, Pariacaca, Macahuisa, Catiquilla and Pachacamac
History of Peru TinTinTinTin Updated January 30, 2020 2521   0   1   0   0  
Like most ancient peoples, the Incas and their contemporaries worshipped multiple gods. Yet there was an unmistakable tendency for each group to recognize a single god as supremely significant, at least so far as its own tribal fortunes were concerned.
The Storm - The rebellion of the Allancu, Callancu, and Chaqui
Peruvian Legends, Myths & Tales TinTinTinTin Updated February 01, 2020 2712   0   1   0   0  
Topa Inca Yupanqui or Túpac Inca Yupanqui was the tenth Sapa Inca (ruler and governor of the Inca Kingdom) from 1471–93. He was appointed by his father Pachacuti to head the Inca army in 1463 and extended the realm northward along the Andes through modern Ecuador. This story in this legend shows how deeply the relationship was towards their...
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